HVAC is a generalized term for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems. HVAC is one of the most important elements in residential and commercial construction. It has developed over the years into an intricate system of technologies that combine mechanical, electrical, and chemical processes to provide comfortable indoor air quality.
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HVAC is comprised of several specific functions such as heating, ventilation, and cooling. HVAC is generally broken down into mechanical ventilation which removes pollutants from the air and exchanges it with outside air; mechanical ventilation and heating which exchanges and heats water or air that is stored in heat exchangers, and mechanical ventilation and cooling which removes moisture from heated air through closed circulation systems. It is very important that the appropriate number of HVAC-enabled systems be present in any space. This will ensure that all three processes are functioning properly.
In addition to providing outdoor comfort, HVAC systems use temperature control to regulate indoor temperatures. Some HVAC systems use heat pumps to cool air that enters a room while others use a fan or a blower to circulate the warmed air through the structure. Some HVAC systems use a combination of these techniques to cool and heat a space. In addition, some HVAC systems use forced air furnaces to generate continuous, even temperature within the structure.